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Moose River Trail system

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Anybody familiar with this trial system just north of Outing,MN? I will be heading there Saturday with my family and have never road there so I was looking for some comments or experiences.

Will be riding with my father and my brother so we will not be hitting the trail to hard. The DNR site has it as an easy trail up to 26 miles. In that 26 miles will that take all day or just half a day putzing around? Are the trails and woods real scenic and worth bring a camera?

thanks for any input that you share.

mr

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Be sure to stop at Granny's Bar/Restaraunt (on hwy 6) or the gas station in town for a map of the "local" trails. The local club, "Over The Hills Gang" has many club trails that are not listed on the DNR HSOforum. You are in for some very nice riding. Enjoy the day!

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Great tip Augusta I will for sure pick up the "other" map and gas up in town.

mr

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I just rode up there a couple weeks ago, and it was awesome, its not hardcore, but great for the family its a goodtime for sure....its a days worth of riding with some breaks etc...

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Ya, it wasn't to bad and very nice for the family. We went over to thunder lake trail system for just short time but if I go up again I'm heading that direction, many trials that branch in so many directions you could easily get lost or turned around.

I will be back.

mr

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Where's thunder lake from moose river is it close ?? I might try it etc.....or did you not like that area ??

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